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corroborating

(kŏr-ŏb′ō-rā-tĭng)
Confirming or supporting with evidence.
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(28) An attorney also will appreciate the importance of providing such corroborating evidence or a convincing explanation as to why it is not reasonably available.
were corroborated where the two corroborating witnesses' testimony
Schrenck coordinates in his notational apparatus related and largely corroborating testimony from contemporary his torians, memorialistes, and other records.
This strategy can include digitally corroborating nondigital findings, such as paper evidence, as well as drafting discovery requests related to the information technology of an enterprise and participating in related depositions.
The media continued this coverage despite a total lack of corroborating evidence.
Sobel's ardent and uncannily timely experimentation (she used sand and enamel as well as oils and adapted glass pipettes from her husband's costume-jewelry business for dripping and blowing paint) is hard to imagine without some kind of corroborating factor.
The court held that there was no evidence concerning allegedly cold cell conditions, such as the date, outside temperature, or a corroborating statement by another prisoner.
The fresh product conveys the password to the appealing utilization only after corroborating the user's individuality.
Other relevant factors to be considered in determining whether this defence burden has been satisfied include: the severity of the triggering stimulus; corroborating evidence of bystanders; corroborating medical history of automatistic-like dissociative states; whether there is evidence of a motive for the crime; and whether the alleged trigger of the automatism is also the victim of the automatistic violence.
The person witnessing the entries must be sufficiently knowledgeable to understand what he is corroborating. A witness who signs and dates a notebook page without understanding its contents will not be able to testify later that no changes or additions have been made since the date of his review of the notebook.
The medical examiner initially ruled the manner of death as undetermined due to the lack of corroborating witness information about the nature of the woman's injuries.
There was not a shred of corroborating evidence that Noriega had ever been to Medellin, but here was the U.S.